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2012 Edoardo Miroglio EM Mavrud PGI - Thracian Lowlands
SRP: $20 Bottle / $240 case of 12
1-27 Cases Landed Profit Margin: 27.86%
28+ Cases Landed Profit Margin: 37.02%
FOB Profit Margin: 46.98%
Mavrud, from the Greek mavro, meaning black, is one of Bulgaria’s oldest indigenous grapes. Winemaking: Aged 12 months in botti (classic French oak barrels) and Bulgarian oak barrels (500 l capacity). Tasting notes: Rich red fruit aroma, dry leaves, black chocolate and spices. Full bodied and well balanced; soft tannins. Winery: Edoardo Miroglio Winery is a Bulgarian winery founded in 2002 by the Italian entrepreneur Edoardo Miroglio, owner of Tenuta Carreta in Piobesi d’Alba. The winery is situated in South East Bulgaria near Elenovo Village in the Thracian Lowlands. The winery has the capacity to produce 1.5 million bottles per year. As of 2013 part of the vineyards were certified as organic, currently producing four organic wines (red, white and rose), made from Viognier, Traminer, Mavrud, Rubin and Bouquet grape varieties. The head winemaker is assisted by the world renowned consultant Marco Monchiero and viticulturist Alberto La Rosa from Italy.
Fanciful Name: EM
Region/AVA: PGI - Thracian Lowlands
Annual Production: ?
Country Of Origin: Bulgaria
Bottle Size: 750
Bottles Per Case: 12
Closure Type: cork